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Italy: A new step in IP harmonisation

Italy06-12-2021Mauro Bronzini

The recent Decree No. 119 promulgated by the Ministry of Economic Development on June 1, 2021, and entered into force on September 9, 2021, amends the Implementing Regulation of the Industrial Property Code, and represents a progress in the harmonisation of the national legal system after the EU Directive No. 2015/2436 and a subsequent Legislative Decree of 2019.

Sponsored content: Mercado Libre partners with brands against counterfeits and piracy in Latin America

30-11-2021Jacobo Cohen Imach

Latin America’s leading e-commerce technology company has launched a new partnership with brands to help create a counterfeit and piracy-free digital environment, explains Jacobo Cohen Imach of Mercado Libre.

Purple trademarks: a sequel to Nestlé v Cadbury?

UK29-11-2021Alex Borthwick and Dominic Reilly

It is hardly surprising that protracted litigation has arisen out of attempts by established household brands to register colours as trademarks, explain Alex Borthwick and Dominic Reilly of Powell Gilbert.

Russia: A new way to protect designs

EU, Russia28-11-2021Irmeli Nokkanen and Mariya Beltyukova

The Eurasian Patent Office started accepting Eurasian design patent applications in June this year, adding another route for applicants seeking protection in the region, explain Irmeli Nokkanen and Mariya Beltyukova of Papula-Nevinpat.

Sponsored content: Digital IP management in a plug and play solution

International25-11-2021Ovidiu Dulacioiu

SMEs can benefit from a sophisticated integrated document management system designed specifically for them, explains Ovidiu Dulacioiu of Dennemeyer.

Q&A: María José Sánchez Rey

International24-11-2021Muireann Bolger

María José Sánchez Rey of the Colombian Coffee Growers Federation tells WIPR about how her dream job combines her love of IP, coffee and working for a higher purpose.

Copyright and NFTs: new wine in old bottles?

EU24-11-2021Dinusha Mendis

For ‘nyfties’ to cement their phenomenal early success they will require regulation, but this could face strong opposition, says Dinusha Mendis of Bournemouth University.

Why the patent bar changes will boost gender diversity

22-11-2021Joe Matal, Jeff Wolfson and Angela Oliver

Efforts to increase diversity at the patent bar reflect common sense, say Angela Oliver, Joe Matal and Jeff Wolfson of Haynes Boone.

Leveraging patent oppositions to get a licence

EU22-11-2021Terry Instone

Getting a licensing agreement against the backdrop of a patent opposition requires a deft touch, explains Terry Instone of Appleyard Lees.

Africa: patenting against the clock

Africa18-11-2021Vítor Sérgio Moreira

When you need a substantive examination of a patent application in a hurry, Africa’s legal frameworks can present complex options, explains Vítor Sérgio Moreira of Inventa.

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